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russia wouldn't be enough saying reintroducing plans to build missile defense sites in poland and admitting georgia to the nato alliance. thing is wacky. let's watch it. >> very much cares about testimonisy on his borders. i would like to create a democratic noose around putin's russia. poland and the czech republic. we abandoned our missile defense agreements with them to protect europe from a rogue missile attack coming out of the mideast. russia backed obama down. if i were president obama, i would reengage poland and the czech republic regarding missile defense. i would admit georgia to nato. i would have a larger military presence in the balkans to nato members who are threatened by russia. i would fly the nato flag as strongly as i could around putin. >> normally that would be harmless. that's just lindsey graham channeling cooley from advise and consent, the only southern rascal anti-communist. but the danger here, it seems to me what we should be trying to do is get the genie back in the bottle over there. get russia to limit its invasion to crimea. slowly withdraw it
around putin's russia. poland and the czech republic, we abandoned our missile defense agreements with them to protect europe from a rogue missile attack coming out of the mid east. russia backed obama down. if i were president obama, i would reengage poland and the czech republic regarding missile defense. i would admit georgia to nato. would have a larger nato presence in the balkans. i would fly the nato flag as strong as i could around putin. >> he is rubbing his face. president roosevelt once said don't mention the word rope in a family where there has ban hanging. here is a thought there. the weekly standard's bill kristol explained that humiliation was the way to go when it comes to the russian leader. let's listen to bill. >> we are too quick to say, to proclaim our own helplessness. and i'm not as fatalistic as jeffrey. if america got its back up and got serious, i think the europeans would follow. i don't expect them to lead in this respect. we could make life pretty miserable for putin in a lot of ways. >> but there has to be a way to find a face-saving solution or some
. and on foreign policy -- >> now backs the president a thousand%. >> the former defense secretary bob gates scorches biden in the book partly because biden was not about to cede control of foreign policy to bob gates. >> gates is a good guy, but he is republican. >> exactly. >> and biden's policy has been validated this week. we're pulling out of afghanistan because of the conflict. >> he said i want to go any terrorist route not a counter insurgency. i know this is nuanced, but the president ended up going with biden. >> i think he can be a more convincing populist than hillary clinton can, frankly. >> yeah. >> partly because he isn't a guy who has made a lot of money at it. he is a life-long politician. he has taken the train back and forth to wilmington the whole time. he is in it for right reasons and hasn't gotten rich off of politics as the clintons have. let's face it. >> you know what i like about the democratic party besides a lot of beliefs? i like they like to have fights and fun. they don't go whose turn it is and get in line. >> what really impressed me about glenn's terrific s
's the side that people came down on. people didn't just rush to the defense of lgbt people, but everyone. >> the pandora's box aspect of this was a huge one. you have legislation that is a solution in search of a problem. and i think actually jan brewer did a pretty good job of laying that case out in the beginning of her statement, being like, it's not like there's a huge problem in the state of arizona. there's not a bunch of religious folks who feel like they're being dragged into doing things against their will. i actually haven't heard of any complaints in our state, why are we passing this? >> you know what i would like to see? if there are lots of businesses out there who do not want to serve gays and lesbians, create a website and say, we'll serve anyone, but we'd rather not have your business. >> i have to break in here. >>> jan brewer has vetoed bill sb-1062. to refuse service to gays and lesbians. we'll be right back. >>> breaking news out of arizona, just moments ago, where governor jan brewer has vetoed the most controversial bill in the country. sb-1062, a bill that would a
gridlock. but now, to be fair and in perspective, you know, what the defense will do at that very point is then get out the tapes, 100 other tapes from 911 tapes over the period of the last few years, and you'll see that this is not all that unusual. >> sure. but let's go to this call that grabbed me or a juror, i would think. here is a call from a frustrated woman who had already called 911 once, and was still waiting for the ambulance to arrive. let's listen to this call. >> 911. where is your emergency? >> i called. >> i know. is it for 1345 south -- >> yes, yes. >> they're on your way. you only called a couple of minutes ago. they're on their way, okay. >> you know, it's an emergency, and they are still not here. >> okay. they're on their way. >> okay, bye. >> all right, bye. >> well, there is a person rather pathetically trying to get the ambulance to show up that normally would have gotten there, presumably. and there you have this traffic gridlock. it doesn't get through. >> and it was causing problems for the dispatchers too. not only were they having to deal with the normal cal
today, john mccain grilled secretary of defense chuck hagel about russia. let's watch that. >> mr. putin denies there are troops in russia. when mr. lavrov says today they can't withdraw russian troops because there are no russian troops in crimea, does that have some echoes to you of cold war? >> well, i think secretary kerry addressed this pretty clearly in his comments specifically about your point about no credible -- >> i was asking for your view, sir. >> i agree with secretary kerry. >> which is? >> he laid it out that we don't accept anything as putin said as fact about why they had to protect the so-called ethnic minority in crimea. >> you know, howard, it's amazing to watch john kerry -- we were talking during the quotes there. i have a feeling kerry's very formality the way he speaks even without contractions, i am concerned. normally we laugh at that stuffiness but it's working here. it keeps things calm and professional. he's like that with sergey lavrov. >> he's known lavrov for a long time. they've talked many times behind closed doors together. kerry at least thinks he has
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